Toronto-Dominion Bank Centre, Toronto (1962)
This project series documents the design of the Toronto-Dominion Bank Centre in Toronto in 1962. The office identified the project number as 6266.
This project consisted of designs for the now famous modernist building complex, the Toronto-Dominion Centre. The design of the Toronto-Dominion Centre is almost wholly credited to architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Originally, firms John B. Parkin Associates in joint venture with Bregman + Hamann had designed the Centre, but their designs were criticized and eventually van der Rohe was brought on as the design consulting architect for design, while the other firms still acted as primary architects. This project consisted of early designs for the project.
The project is recorded through reprographic copies of floor plans, site plans and elevations dating from 1962-1963.
Materials in this project series have been arranged by material type.
Toronto Ontario Canada
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